Source: The Atlantic

Among the most popular ideas that Democratic presidential candidates campaign for is a tuition-free higher education. In a new Atlantic Argument, writer Adam Harris explains that while this is an intriguing idea, it is also a vague and sweeping one, and voters want policy specifics. “The nuts and bolts of education proposals in the 2020 election,” Harris says, “are critical to understanding whether or not, six years from now, the student-debt bubble reaches $2.5 trillion, or even $3 trillion.”